November 2, 2016

Downtown Pasadena “Never Been Better,” Says Neighborhood Association President Ahead of Annual Meeting

Every city has one, but Pasadena’s downtown is a sparkling gem in the San Gabriel Valley that continues to grow in popularity for people looking to live and work in a place that has the urban city vibe sprinkled with historic tradition and charm. The Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Association (DPNA) will hold its Annual Meeting Thursday night at which insights …

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October 18, 2016

Council Takes on Two Sides of Homelessness Issue

Following nearly an hour of comments from overwhelmingly supportive community leaders and residents Monday evening, the Pasadena City Council dealt with the pressing subject of homelessness with two very different agenda items. The first item was a motion for the Council to support an official City policy of Permanent Supportive Housing. According to Housing Department Director Bill Huang, there are, …

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October 12, 2016

Union Street Bike Track Is on Track

Council Committee approves funding for Union Street east-west cycle track Arguing only against the lengthy timeline for implementation, the City Council Municipal Services Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to initiate Metro grant funding for the first phase of a new east-west two-way protected cycle track to be built along Union Street, from Wilson Avenue to Arroyo Parkway. Read the full story …

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September 30, 2016

The Thatcher Project Takes its Case to the Community

Residents, tenants voice their concerns at Town Hall meeting The developers proposing a condominium project on the site of the New Orleans Colonial-style Thatcher Building Medical Center in Green Street’s Village district took their case to the community Thursday evening as they prepared to appeal the rejection of an Affordable Housing Concession Permit and move forward with the planning process.

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February 20, 2016

Pasadena Names February 25th as The Big Bang Theory Day

To celebrate the milestone of reaching 200 episodes, the City of Pasadena has declared that Thursday, February 25 will officially be proclaimed The Big Bang Theory Day, within Pasadena city limits. The hit comedy series has been fictionally set in the Southern California city for its entire nine-season run.

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